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The Interpretation of the Catcher in Rye, including a characterisation of Holden, and many symbolic aspects of the book.
Adolescence is the most awkward time in one's life. Teens are on the brink of adulthood, but not yet fully emotionally developed. They experiment with dangerous substances such as drinking, smoking and sex in order to test their boundaries as individuals in society. Most of one's early life is spent being protected from the "real world" but inevitably the "real world" works its way into one's consciousness. Everyone experiences a day when they wake up and the Easter Bunny does not exist, Santa Clause is not real and grandma did not just move away. Teens question everything because they fee…
- Catcher and the Rye. what i belive Holden Caulfield would be doing today in the 21st century
- The Interpretation of the Catcher in Rye, including a characterisation of Holden, and many symbolic aspects of the book.
- The problem with Holden in "Catcher in the rye " by J.R Salinger
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